Littlefield Life

Wed
25
Mar

TELEVISION WINNER

Ollie Campbell won the 50” television set the Lamb Helathcare Center’s Rockin’ Relayers raffled, to raise funds for their Relay For Life of Lamb County team. The funds will go to the American Cancer Society.

 

Wed
25
Mar

Antique Tractor contests re-set this Saturday

Last Saturday’s antique tractor contests were postponed, because it was “too wet to plow.” Members of the South Plains Antique Tractor Association have re-scheduled their second annual contests and other fun-time events to this coming Saturday, March 28, on the Gordon Graves farm, three miles north of Spade, just off Highway 168.

 

Sat
21
Mar

PHI THETA KAPPA INDUCTEES

PHI THETA KAPPA INDUCTEES – The South Plains College Kappa Mu chapter of Phi Theta  Kappa recently inducted Lamb County students Esmeralda Salazar of Olton, left; Heather Lowe and Joleene Reid, both of Littlefield, into the chapter. There were 101 inductees for the spring semester. The event was held in the Sundown Room on the Levelland campus.  

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Sat
21
Mar

RELAY PROGRAM FOR LIONS CLUB

RELAY PROGRAM FOR LIONS CLUB—Tuesday morning, Greg White, president of the Early Risers Lions Club, welcomed Julie Maxwell, chairperson for the Relay For Life of Lamb County,  to present the program for the morning. Relay will conduct a fund raiser “Pancake Breakfast” on Saturday morning, June 20, in the Activity Center (the former Duggan Avenue Church of Christ) on  Waylon Jennings Blvd. The Lions will cook the pancakes and sausage, and will be serving coffee and juices to go with them. Julie explained that the Relay For Life event will be held Friday night, June 26, in the Lamb County Ag and Community Center  this year, to be away from any storm threats. Proceeds from the breakfast, and all events sponsored by the Relay For Life of Lamb County, will stay in Lamb County. 

Wed
18
Mar

SITE FOR RELAY SALES

Members of two Relay For Life of Lamb County teams will be conducting a garage sale and a bake sale Saturday, March 21, starting at 8 a.m. and continuing to 6 p.m., at 305 Phelps Avenue in downtown Littlefield.
 
Sat
14
Mar

COPPER CONTEST WINNERS

Sudan Seniors WON big in a copper war against other classes at Sudan High School. The eighth graders through Seniors raised $1,143.02 for the Lymphoma and Leukemia Foundation. Most of this money was raised with pennies. Seniors brought in boxes and containers full of pennies, and “It has been amazing to see the school grouping together for such a great benefit,” according to school personnel. “Way to go Hornets!” This event was led by SUDS, Student Council and boys’ athletics. The other photo shows all of the money that was donated to the campaign. Many rolls of coins are shown, along with a large stack of bills in various denominations.

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Sat
14
Mar

LHS CHARACTER COUNTS AWARDS

Special award certificates were presented Tuesday morning to these three Littlefield High School students, in recognition of good citizenship. They are, left to right, Gabriel Martinez, Nathaniel Moore, and Vincent Ramirez

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Wed
04
Mar

CHAMBER LUNCHEON SPEAKER

Michael “B.J.” Jordan, the Emergency Management Coordinator for the City of Littlefield, addressed those who attended the monthly luncheon, sponsored by the Littlefield Chamber of Commerce.
 
Wed
04
Mar

Olton Chamber Banquet served Saturday night in school’s cafeteria

By JOELLA LOVVORN
 
The Olton Chamber of Commerce will be serving its 58th annual Banquet Saturday, March 7, at 7 p.m. in the Olton School Cafeteria. Theme for the event his year is: “Olton Round-Up: Ropin’ in 2015”.
 
Sat
28
Feb

Sorority crowns Sweetheart

The Xi Nu Nu chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, along with friends and family members, met at Harrigan’s Restaurant in Lubbock on Saturday evening, Feb. 21. After everyone was seated and orders were taken, Donna.
 
 

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